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    The artist Elise Morine hand sewed 65,000 old CDs and laid them out

  • Judy Holm

    BMW Guggeheim Lab.. making magic in Paris.... artist Elise Morin joined forced with architect Clémence Eliard to create "Wastelandscape," a gorgeous large-scale installation in Paris's public space Centquatre. Learn more on Lab | Log Friday links:

  • Caroline Johmann

    Glistening like the scales of a terrifyingly enormous sea creature, the bizarre landscape covering the floor of the Centquatre art space in Paris is delightfully surreal. WasteLandscape is an art installation in a former funeral home, made of 65,000 discarded CDs. Architect Clémence Eliard and artist Elise Morin collected the CDs and connected them into a reflective blanket using wire.

  • The Linkerist

    Elise Morin & Clémence Eliard - Wastelandscape | Art In the elegant and antique city of Paris, you can now find this new futuristic landscape/ art installation by artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard. The work is called Wastelanscape and is a set of hills made from over 65,000 old CDs hand sewn together...

  • Venge Abbas

    Elis Morin - CD Installation, Paris France

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